Monthly Archives: July 2016

An Avignon Table, 1772-73: A Seminar with Barbara Santich

For the August Food Values Research Group Seminar Series, we are pleased to present: An Avignon Table, 1772-73 Professor Emeritus Barbara Santich The archives Galéan de Gadagne, held in the Vaucluse departmental archives, include a document of great interest to food historians: the accounts of the household of Gaspard II de Fortia de Montréal for […]

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Smoothies as Talismans: The Allure of Superfoods and the Dangers of Nutritional Primitivism

Superfoods are everywhere these days. Once found only in niche health food shops, displays of “exotic” superfoods like açai from the Brazilian Amazon and maca from the Peruvian Andes now appear in supermarket chains, chemists, and convenience stores. One can hardly open a newspaper or magazine without coming across a list of the top superfoods […]

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What Can Governments Do to Address Childhood Obesity? A Community Perspective: A Seminar with Annette Braunack-Mayer and Jackie Street

For the sixth seminar in the Food Values Research Group seminar series, we are pleased to present: What Can Governments Do to Address Childhood Obesity?  A Community Perspective Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer and Dr Jackie Street, University of Adelaide Childhood obesity is a significant challenge for public health internationally. Regulatory measures used by governments offer a potentially effective […]

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